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THE HEPPNER HERALD., HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, June' 19, 1923
A PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Postoffice
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
WOODSON & SWEEK
DR. A. D. McMURDO
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Palterson's Drug Store
75c & $1.00
Over Case Furniture Co.
Same K. Van Vac'or II. II. Rutlor
Van VACTOR & BUTLER
ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W
Suite 304 First National Bank Bldg.
THE DAIMOH, OIUMSON.
WATERS & ANDERSON
G. 0. Patterson
HAD HiRD WORK TO STOP IT
riione 3831. We have money to loan
FRED J. BAUER
Agent for Paelfic lildg. & Loan Ass'n
Crcniral Real IOhIhI 0 and Insurance..
100 1-2 Mast .Second Street
Tin; ihliin, oi;i:;o.
I WANT TO JO A-l lSIt!(J
The fishing; (.-, 1 r 1 1 1 is one that
brings an annual al'.ai'k as scum as
tliere 1:. a soilness in t lii air, am1
tile 11 i It In-Kin to How last anil
di'i'ii, and liido tlie sportive anil siil)
tlu brook IiimiI. This poeai in Out
door I.il'e (Denver), by II. 11.
Maker, seems to voice the feeling !
in the lirenst of every veteran I'isli
eiiuan at thi.i time of the year:
The hpv.n ia warm awl the sun is
Anil spun,., is here, if 1 jtnl:'
u nghl ,
A nil I w.i u I to go a I isliii.u.
1 want In i;n a fr-diing in a spa! III. n...
Wh"ro Hi,, w.t.er suij'.s a two .st.'p '
ami the liiniles ilanee ami uh .iei.
I want to net .lui'.i lired again ami,!
tall inla a limoU
Ami tear my hide ami liens, Mi wit!;
;v i e,i:h, 1 , il. iHiinle.t hook;
t M.inl In net all blai'U ami iliri 110:
even want (. wash,
'I'aiit.e the water's eu'.il as (1 ,v. 1 1 1 . 1 ie I
rii.'it 1 rum the s.s'v, le i,,s'
1 w .it; IhiiI mum' ,, 1 . .... in a ! :
ie.li-'s ,Mllee Ji.:t
An! . mil il 111 H;e i i ,"i ;i.e 1 :
e.,u!,',l l i s n- ' t.
', ,,e ill,' is liiil ale! t !;,
siMuke 1; sis !n '.oil'
till! i :, a . ;'... ' ;.-. t. : "
ami aluili..!ies His 1-;
1 w ant to net 1 oil h ti a i;ry --o Cat
a ny t him; ta.. es i-..e,l
Thai loolis or Mnells (. iiolii'ales in
any way i.'s food.
1 want to lie at 11 U'.'i M a II nil my li. it
roll in my to;!1.
Ami woinler where the (is'a 1 lost
that ureal big 1 iinhow went
1 want to fill a corm-ob pipe dear
full up to the brim
Anil watch the curly smoke clouds
as tliey tln.it ami wave am!
I want In sink lo .slumber with a
brook's sons in my ears.
When I'm all worn out a fishing ami
the. dusk of night tiniu nears
The breese is warm ami the sun Is
Ami spring is here, if I ju.lo a rlglu.
Ami 1 want to go a fishing!
North Carolina Mountaineer! Struggl
With Ramrod Mutt Have Been
Representative Zebulon Weaver,
Democrat, of North Carolina, relates
this story in the New York Herald :
"My district has mountain counties
and mouutuln men and women. The
smartest people I know live In the
coves of the North Carolina mountains
about Ashevllle. They laugh In their
sleeves at folks who describe them as
"We hud a one-unned fisherman In a
valley In the Blue IllUge. He was not
only good with a hook and line hut
could outswear anybody in his com
munity. A I'resbyteriun preacher found
him and became a fishing companion.
.Soon he tamed him and got him to give
up cursing. Hut he was up to other
tricks. One fall when the preacher
Joined him for a fishing frolic the
mountaineer told him he came near
losing tils other hand.
" 'How was that?' asked the
" 'Why, I was trying to get a car
tridge out of my old gun and It went
"'The mm rod became fastened In
the barrel, and I had hold of It trying
to shake It loose when the load was
discharged. Of course I had a good
grip on the rod, but It lifted me on my
tiptoes three times before I could stop
FEW REALLY LOVE PESSIMIST
For ecus next winter, use Kerr's
poultry supplied now Itrowu
Truth in Statement That Man With
Morning Smile Is Worth His
Tliere were optimists In King Ttit-
Anlih-Ainen's time who met the fur-off
mornings with a smile.
And from all accounts of a statue
they found in the king's tomb, tiie art
ist caught the Inspiration of the smile
and preserved it for t lie long after-centuries.
In one sense, It was the same world
then that it Is today. They had their
Joys and sorrows, and smiles and tears
contended for the mastery.
There were pessimists then, as now,
who saw no good and gracious things
in life; who mocked the smiling ones
and went frowning to their tombs ;
who, not having heard of the Coue
method, probably answered a cheery
morning sulutatlon with "Day by day.
In every way, we're getting worse and
worse," and who, when golden Oppor
tunity knocked at their sad doors.
opened them not, for fear Trouble
might walk in and take the best chair
at their gloomy firesides.
They never tried to smile away
Varying types of them are with us
today, but one optimist, with a morn
ing smile, Is worth them all! Atlanta
Treasure Sunk in Ocean.
Sunken treasure worth millions lies
at the bottom of the .N'avarino bay, on
the west coast of Oreece. This glitter
ing prospect, long the object of ninny
fortune seekers, lias llnally found its
way Into British courts. Many com
panies have been formed to recover
I he gold from the laud-lncked buy of
Navarlno. None has succeeded. One
concern, with S'J."i),tKK) capital, was
formed In lUKi, but the war stopped
It. The concession expired In 1!)'J(),
then was taken over by two London
engineers, who now come forward In
a suit under tin agreement to find
money for digging the treasure. The
agreement fell through, and one of the
litigants has to he content with treas
ure to the extent of .f-oO awarded by
the court. The treasure bus been re
sist lag all comers for nearly one bun
died years. It went down In the ships
of tlie Turkish F.gyptlnn tleet, sunk by
allied Heels In 1 S'J7. Sixty-two ships
in nil were sunk In this battle, (told
iind Jewels to the value of 1LM 1,000,1 XH)
ireld francs sunk, w hile live other ships
went down with $.".(H H).iK K of plate
America's Shortage in Oil Supplies.
Alt bough the I'ulted Stales pro
duces about 70 per ivnt of the world's
oil, it already consumes 'Jo per cent
more than It produces. Moreover,
Aii'erlciin oil Holds are becoming ex
I'siisted. Our reserves are estimated
1,1 he only '.M.'iO.iHKi.iHHI barrels, which,
at ear present rate of consumption,
will I e e!i:m t cd in 'JO years. Yo me
CMC : up our reserves 111 I, hum as rap
Idly as i,i;o,. 1 countries. In ceiurssi
wilh vur oau sanation, the world's o;!
ros.'tAis are calculated to last 'J's'
cars 1 Co leiisly, tlie atU'inpt on the
jurl of e'.'ier milieus to ain control
0 these rsonixco threatens our In
(crests l'l-of. K. I., lUicll, in Current
How About This?
Peter Brown, the famous New Yerl.
raconteur, was talking about the news
paper discussion. "Why does n g'r!
close her eyes when a man kisses
"This discussion," said Mr. Brown.
"hrom,M out seme Ingenious solutions,
but the real solution was given by no
one. It is this :
"A girl closes her eyes when a man
kisses her because she has Just told
lit 111 he's the first and In consopienc
she's ashamed to look him In the face."
I was getting a rather late start for
work one morning, sod s I heard my
train eomln made a urnb for my hook
and ran for the tralu. After scHting
myself comfortably 1 opeued my book
to read, but linagtn my surprise ou
finding I had taken my mother's
I Swedish Bible Instead of my Interest
lug novel. Chicago Journal.
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It protects your business, of which you are,
perhaps, the most valuable asset, while you arc
It protects your credit in times of financial
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It protects you by substantial payments if to
tally disabled by accident or disease.
It pays double in case of accidental death.
The New York Life offers many different plans
of insurance each of highest merit in its place.
Can you afford to take chances against fate
when you can secure absolutely reliable and
trustworthy protection at a moderate cost?
Think it over.
Phone Main 13 or write us and we will be glad
to call and show yourself and your wife just
what these policies are.
New York Life Insurace Co.
S. A. PAT TISON, Resident Agent
New Egyptian Print
and a Bag to Match
This is one of the many winsome
new Egyptian prints. The Egyptian
influence also will be noted on the bag.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Edwin H. Miller, and Edward C.
Miller, and Ada W. F. Miller, his
Lewis O. Welch, Ida Crow, and A.
Kunkle; also all other persons or
parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real estate described in the
complaint herein .
To Lewis O. Welch, Ida Crow, and
A. Kunkle; also all other persons
or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real esitate described in the
complaint herein, defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you and each of you
aro hereby required to appear and
answer plaintiffs' complaint filed
against you in the above entitled
court anil cause on or before six
weeks from the date of tiie firt pub
lication of this summons upon you,
and if you fail to so appear or an
swer, for want thereof, the plaintiffs
will apply to the above entitled court
for th,e relief prayed for in their
complaint, to-wit: For a decree that
the title to the South half of Sec
lion four (4) in Township one (1)
South, Range twenty-six (26) East
of Willamette Meridian, be quieted;
that the plaintiffs be adjudged to be
the owners in fee simple thereof;
that you and each of you be forever
barred from claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest therein, and
for such other and further relief aa
may be just and equitable.
This summons is published upon
you in the Heppner Herald once a
wjeek for six successive weeks pur
suant to an order of Hon. Wm. T.
Campbell, Judge of the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, which order is dated May
10th, 1923, and the date of the first
publiaction of the summons is May
JOS. J. NYS,
3-9 Attorney for Flaintiff.
Can Bits Through Steel.
That a Jewish athlete named Bret
bart, thirty-four years old, six feet
three Inches In height, and weighing
210 pounds, can bite through steel is
vouched for by a medical correspond
ent of the London Lancet. F.reibart's
performances astounded a committee
of physicians, engineers, smiths and
presidents of athletic corporations
who saw him sever with his teeth sev
eral iron and steel chains one-fifth of
an inch thick; bend into a circle iron
rods half an Inch square, using his
mouth as a fulcrum, and bend over his
head a rail four inches thick by two
and a half Inches.
Send Us Your
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IClD36 postcard or in a let
ter and we will mail
free and postpaid, a sample copy of
the most wonderful magazine pub
lished. 160 pages and 400 pictures
every month, that will entertain
every member of the family.
It contains interesting and instructive arti
cles on the Home, Farm, Shop and Office
the newest developments in Radio. Avia
tion, Automobile and Garage. Each issue
contains something to interest everybody.
We do not employ subscription solicitors so
you will not be urged to subscribe and you
are not obligating- yourself in the least in
asking for a free sample copy. We
Eladly send it to prospective readers. If
you like it you can buy a copy every
month from any newsdealer or send u3
your subscription J3.00 for one year.
Popular Mechanics Company
200-214 C Ontario Street, CHICAGO, LU
ravular Mechanic building U devoted
JclutiKlif to iti production of Utit
OF INTEREST TO THE
For the latest and best in
and WOMEN'S WEAR
Mrs. L.G. Herren
Beautiful piano for sale in this vi
cinity at big saving and terms $10
monthly to good people. For par
ticulars write Cline Music Co., 701
Washington St., Portland Ore. 8-9
Kirk Bus & Transfer Co.
Wm. M. KIRK, Proprietor
We Thank you for past patronage and solicit a
continuance of the same. Our best service is for
you. Leave orders at Case Furniture Co. or
Phone Main 664
Leave Orders at Motel Fatriek.
BAGGAGE. EXPRESS. FREIGHT.
(JUUN TKY TKiPS & GENEKAL HAU.L1IMU B
NEW SUMMER SHIRTS
of silky, serviceable Soicsette,
Poplin, Silk and Cotton Pongee.
Broadcloth with collar attached.
Sizes 14 to 18. Prices range
$1.25 to $5.
Work Shirts in sizes 14 to 20
$1 - $1 .25 - $1 .50
We are fully stocked with all kinds of
chicken feed from l.ahv chicks to laying hens
Don't overlook the fact that your poultry
needs shell and p-it as well as food.
Supply Your Poultry
at Our Store
Peoples fidw. Co.
Inside of the vault of the hank are located
the individvual Safe Deposit Boxes main
tained lor those forehanded people who want
the lii'.-T OK PROTECTION for their
valuables. Jionds, stocks, insurance policies,
r.iort;ag:s, records, receipts, jewelry, trink
ets, etc, dererye better protection than they
receive when kept in an office safe, tin box
or hidden away somewhere.
This bank has these Safe Deposit Boxes
for rent at the rate of two dollars a vear and
up, according to the size of the box, 'it offers
you the opportunity to keep your valuables
where it keeps its own. Rent a Safe Deposit
Box today, for the number now vacant is
Farmers and Stockgrowers